Labor and Employment Law Collective Bargaining

In labor disputes, it is not uncommon for an employee to join an external union (Union) as an individual, and for the Union to offer to enter into collective bargaining (on behalf of the employee).  In such collective bargaining with the external union, different considerations are needed in contrast to dealings with regular internal unions.  TMI will provide you with precise advice and legal analysis on collective bargaining with such external unions, and if necessary, attend the collective bargaining sessions and provide you with substantial support, as well as provide you with advice with regard to proceedings with the Labor Relations Commission and respond to the Labor Standards Inspection Office.